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[Protocols] Agenda for April 22th, 2022

From: Jaunita George <jaunita_george@navyfederal.org>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2022 20:33:42 +0000
To: "public-silver@w3.org" <public-silver@w3.org>, "w3c-wai-gl@w3.org" <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>
CC: Benjamin Feigel <Benjamin_Feigel@navyfederal.org>
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Hi all,

We had a very productive meeting last week. Here are some of the decisions from our meeting last Friday:

  *   Decision: There are two views about how Protocols can be used:

     *   Protocols can evaluate guidance where the outcomes cannot be measured, such as evaluating whether a process has been followed.
     *   Protocols are above or beyond any type of conformance, aka "extra credit"

  *   Decision: Work will continue on both areas of consensus.
  *   Decision: Meetings will alternate between 8am and 12pm EST.
  *   Decision: Table discussion of splitting discussion during meetings until we have mechanics worked out but can split the time to both theories next week to keep discussion and work moving.

To continue our work, we'll be using Zoom's breakout group feature during the first half of our meeting and then reporting out on what we worked on and having a brief discussion to iron out the mechanics of our meetings moving forward.

Next Meeting:

The next meeting will be on Friday, April 22th at 12:00pm EST.

*** Agenda***

Here's our agenda for this week based on our discussions:

Agenda+ Breakout groups (30 minutes)
Agenda+ Report out (10 minutes)
Agenda+ How to run future meetings

Meeting info:

The Zoom teleconference data is provided at this link: https://www.w3.org/events/meetings/f828eba1-cf1d-44ce-b68e-b22406b25ae1/20220422T120000

We will be on IRC using the W3C server at https://irc.w3.org<https://secure-web.cisco.com/1bbHg1R0NpE7wu_f231-AnlS80Y-y5vJTvdOEWJENhb8A72iXd8LCnf3ggBw4-smyidfgNxC8x8umv7E05ehkUF2bZBz2YRztLLv4RKaBjPX52PKUDxmvfMGEBjoozskkcieYlkp03z0RNZpT4OYcOd4hVzq8R7ZxdOFKZWkBKST8tH_692bct2eWCZGqxEH2CqP3AYWJvaQCFfDc0IutM6Rj-U09KIPjPRnc7FV26Wdj10BaRhnKyirh5JjBQBiUijZJ9qa0yX2qAvF17eId_iMnLYZJUiOJFMccNsS6Lx1I4XZzBbvOxVip14Ng8wGLJfXvx15u76cOB7dAeH7XvgpoWs6R_tsGa3dqAcv4R_28w7gc_bd-NL4b_nyhs9ocwFRphYixX3lTUlkEH0Nokh_o6hHppEenQieUgyV9aZx_s1E0SmDtT5e5jzWNn35PIXxCXehg937DHDABmN_O-g/https%3A%2F%2Furldefense.com%2Fv3%2F__https%3A%2Firc.w3.org%2F__%3B%21%21ACWV5N9M2RV99hQ%21ZvVx1wh89EAXhBiorHpgvdpQRlEtQPxaEsJbJ7_Q3MrxtnQGs5lwbIC34ybOl3ZsYw%24>, in channel #wcag3-protocols

Where to find more information:

These and additional details of our work, including minutes, current, and archived draft documents are available on our subgroup wiki page here: https://github.com/w3c/silver/wiki/Protocols<https://secure-web.cisco.com/1Hf7szbnvXj1QLrtDEE6rG7_4x2W4mjJ7gAH2zvGGTBAbMmVNyz6tNiVnJpgd9TFfgBYw-5X5beCKFq8To4sjXq5xKpPTu6lTPbVtQCROAEQX2H14eAfdGsixIcNkARfu_TdzOlXB2BtBTemQPxcXpo4S12Y-4CgkPapDOcFlsz_e2DPX921mCkxlRfEG3xA4WGbR2wnaXOq-GC0VY3HU4Sck16zbHzKiI8QodbeWTkTMGdniQitpC8iSoGJF48TnI5OZ8tbhVcMjwXUOQt14z-iNhOIUsIpFz-5ow-jynMKi6Mq_7zdAGSVV6G1TTXsuWCPJHlx1EjNvWpzbsC1zUPg5HaKNl-wEDX_9mZYhXaZcZZ-zl4Be7FvruDKdvZKxh4VXzFMOXaVjWLwcXaplsafajbRCfp75gHc6l-hgavxjhZapqtoVDIzI58t9uZTDbunnYgDhQmDavi7BtMoboQ/https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fw3c%2Fsilver%2Fwiki%2FProtocols>

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to reach out. Looking forward to our next meeting!

Jaunita George, JD, PMP, WAS (she/her)
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